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July 12, 2017
NEWS 
 

B.C. wildfires prompt shutdown of Kamloops parks

Fourteen parks in the Kamloops area have been shut down due to the increasing danger of wildfires in British Columbia. The decision was made as a proactive measure in response to the out-of-control fires currently burning in the province.


Photos stir up excitement for Kananaskis reopening

Aerial photographs of the newly-restored Kananaskis Country Golf Course in the foothills of Alberta's Rocky Mountains have generated much excitement among golfers whose long wait after severe flooding four years ago closed the course is drawing to an end.


Stolen shrubs, bushes anger London area residents

More than 70 shrubs and bushes have been reportedly stolen from the banks of two public retention ponds in a London, Ont. neighbourhood, angering nearby residents who helped plant them.


National parks symposium program now online

The program and registration form for the National Symposium on Parks and Grounds are now available online. The event, to be held Sept. 13-16 in the capital region of Ottawa-Gatineau, is affiliated with the Communities in Bloom program.
 
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Teen to pay for ‘doughnut’ damages to soccer fields

Damages to four soccer fields in Kingston, Ont., caused by a youth driving "doughnuts" in a pickup truck, will be paid for by the individual charged with the crime. The fields were deemed unplayable afterwards. » Read more...
 
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GIE + EXPO

Oct. 19-20, 2017
Location: Kentucky Expo Center, Louisville, KY
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